The weather people are predicting the worst storm in two years to begin tomorrow...well...we haven't had more than two inches of snow at a time in the last couple of years, so does that mean a few inches?! I am hoping the prediction is like the last time, we got barely a dusting. I am so ready for spring and something green besides my envy of people living in a warmer climate!
It is a beautiful day outside, sunny and lots of blue skies...so I have chosen yellow and blue for this week's table.
For this week's super simple tablescape I started with a very pale yellow damask tablecloth, some may even call it cream colored. The napkins are a linen-looking material, probably some sort of blend, in a bright yellow. The plastic napkin rings are a plain blue.
The charger (actually a dinner plate) has a white center, wide ring of yellow and a narrow edging in blue. The dinner plate is an unmarked creamy white luncheon plate and the salad bowl is pale yellow.
The flatware is Oneida Louisiana that you all have seen dozens of times.
The glassware is seeded blue goblet
I plopped some faux daffies in a little white pitcher and flanked it with white candlesticks and creamy candles and call it a centerpiece!
Thanks for taking time to visit today...I always appreciate it when you take time from your busy day to peek in on my post.
I will be joining a few link-ups this week.
Farmhouse Style Blog Hop/Green Eggs and Goats
Let's Dish/Cuisine Kathleen
Centerpiece Wednesday/The Style Sisters
Thrifty Things Friday/The Thrifty Groove
Seasonal Sundays/The Tablescaper
Thank you ladies for hosting each week!